LISTEN: Guillen Goes Off After White Sox Lose
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By Adam Harris-
(WSCR) — With two outs in the bottom of the 13th and Troy Tulowitzki on first, Ty Wigginton blooped a Will Ohman pitch into shallow center in front of Brent Lillibridge scoring Tulowitzki from first, and beating the White Sox 3-2.
Despite the unorthodox way this game ended, Ozzie Guillen’s issue was with how his players performed earlier. Guillen addressed the media after the game and was not shy in pointing fingers as to why the Sox have been playing mediocre baseball lately.
LISTEN to Ozzie Guillen’s rant
Guillen took centerfielder Alex Rios out of the game after Rios failed to run hard on a fly out in the 7th.
“That’s a message for everyone out there,” Guillen said after the game. “If they don’t run the bases they out of the game. I don’t care if it’s Konerko or Adam Dunn or anyone. If you don’t play this game right, they are out of the game.”
Guillen also said he was happy the White Sox lost last night. He said this in a sarcastic tone.
“I was kind of glad…because we had opportunities,” Guillen said. “We do this and we do that, (bleep) it, just get this game over with and go home and hopefully we get it tomorrow. Today was the worst game we played all year long, to me.”
Guillen and the Sox will take the field again tonight against the same Rockies, and can be heard on WSCR 670 The Score at 7:05pm.